My Bad

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Synopsis

Where extraordinary educators talk about how and what they learn from sharing their own mistakes. Hosted by Jon Harper

Episodes

  • Pandemic Lesson 3: The Single Best Response When Virtual School Isn’t Working

    Pandemic Lesson 3: The Single Best Response When Virtual School Isn’t Working

    04/03/2021 Duration: 12h07min

    I’ve made many mistakes while overseeing pandemic learning in my district. Among them, I’ve found that too often I jump to hasty conclusions when teaching and learning are not happening as expected. Over the last year, I’ve learned the single most important thing I can do when virtual school isn’t working. Follow @jonHarper70bd @bamradionetwork @drneilgupta Dr. Neil Gupta is the Director of Secondary Education for Worthington City Schools and Past-President of the Ohio Association of Secondary Schools Administrators Association. He co-moderates #ohedchat and #leadupchat, and he writes blogs for BAM! Radio Network.

  • Pandemic Lesson #2: I Pushed My Teachers Too Hard In Fact, I Pushed Some Over the Edge

    Pandemic Lesson #2: I Pushed My Teachers Too Hard; In Fact, I Pushed Some Over the Edge

    08/02/2021

    I was eager to catch up and move our teachers and school forward despite the ongoing pandemic. Regretfully, I was out of touch with what my teachers were going through and I pushed too hard. Follow on Twitter: @Jonharper70bd @bamradionetwork @Ben_Educating Benjamin Kitslaar is the principal of West Side Elementary School. He started his career teaching 4th and 5th grade and has been in administration for the last nine years. He's a husband to his wife, Sarah, and father to two beautiful girls, who keep him busy!

  • What I Learned From the Mistake I Made During Pandemic Teaching and Learning

    What I Learned From the Mistake I Made During Pandemic Teaching and Learning

    30/01/2021

    I had been teaching for over 30 years and thought I had seen it all. Then the pandemic hit and I discovered that I was uniquely ill-prepared. @Frankstep1 @Jonharper70bd @bamradionetwork Frank Stepnowski is a 25-year English teacher and three (soon to be four) time published author. He’s taught everything from special education to gifted & talented from the 9th to 12th grade levels. His books are Why Are All the Good Teachers Crazy, S.C.R.E.W.E.D., An Educational Fairytale, Teaching Sucks, But We Love It (a little insight into the profession you THINK you know,) and Why Are All the Good Teachers Angry.

  • I Learned That Communication Is Better Than Control

    I Learned That Communication Is Better Than Control

    03/09/2019 Duration: 09min

    Keeping control of the classroom is essential.  Join us as Paul shares how he learned firsthand that communication is superior to control in his classroom. Follow on Twitter: @Harper70bd @PaulONeill1972 @bamradionetwork Paul O'Neill is an educational game-changer from New Jersey who uses the power of inquiry and reflection to shatter the status quo.

  • My Teacher Found a Way to Reach Me...

    My Teacher Found a Way to Reach Me...

    29/08/2019 Duration: 11min

    Sharing your story helps your students connect with you; however, our guest held back and as a result, damaged the relationship with a student. In this episode, we find how sharing your personal story can help students know that you care. Follow: @jonHarper70bd @basil_marin  @bamradionetwork Basil Marin, Ed.S., is an Assistant Principal at Churchland High School with Portsmouth Public Schools in Portsmouth, Virginia. Marin believes wholeheartedly that he was placed on this earth to help at-risk youth who have the mentality that they will never amount to anything. He also believes all students are capable of learning and all students have the right to an equitable education.

  • What Could Classroom Teachers Possibly Learn From Non-Teachers?

    08/06/2019 Duration: 09min
  • I Had a Fixed Mindset about Grading and It Hurt My Student

    28/05/2019 Duration: 11min
  • My Student Warned Me, I Did Not Listen

    13/05/2019 Duration: 10min
  • I Assumed Fathers Were Not Interested In Their Kids Schooling

    20/04/2019 Duration: 10min
  • I Thought I Was Only There to Support Students

    10/03/2019 Duration: 10min
  • I Was Afraid of A Student, So I Did Not Give Him My Best

    25/02/2019 Duration: 10min
  • I Am a Teacher, I Expected to Do Much Better

    19/02/2019 Duration: 10min
  • I Was Overzealous: This Tough Lesson Taught Me to Meet People Where They Are

    26/01/2019 Duration: 09min
  • I Left My Compassion at the Classroom Door and Discouraged a Student

    05/01/2019 Duration: 09min
  • I Didn't Want to Show Weakness, So I Ignored My Internal Cues

    03/12/2018 Duration: 09min
  • I Failed to Recognize That Every Family Matters

    03/11/2018 Duration: 11min
  • I Mishandled a Conflict with My Colleague

    28/10/2018 Duration: 10min
  • I Did the Right Things, but I Felt Guilty

    24/10/2018 Duration: 10min
  • I Was Unsupportive of My School Leadership

    14/10/2018 Duration: 10min
  • I Shamed a Student in Front of the Entire Class

    10/10/2018 Duration: 10min
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